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Get Lung Transplant Surgery in India at best hospitals of Mumbai and Chennai
Get Lung Transplant Surgery in India at best hospitals of Mumbai and Chennai
Get Lung Transplant Surgery in India at best hospitals of Mumbai and Chennai
Get Lung Transplant Surgery in India at best hospitals of Mumbai and Chennai
Get Lung Transplant Surgery in India at best hospitals of Mumbai and Chennai
Get Lung Transplant Surgery in India at best hospitals of Mumbai and Chennai
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Get Lung Transplant Surgery in India at best hospitals of Mumbai and Chennai

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Patients across the world prefer to get Lung Transplant surgery in India due to availability of best hospitals at Mumbai and Chennai. Medical tourism in India offers a special service for prospective …

Patients across the world prefer to get Lung Transplant surgery in India due to availability of best hospitals at Mumbai and Chennai. Medical tourism in India offers a special service for prospective patients with impartial advice and helps to find the 'right' doctor, surgeon, hospital or clinic. Lung transplant surgery in India is done by high quality and hypo allergic pharmacological treatments with standard and state of the art equipments for treatment of acute and chronic problems at a nominal less price. Surgeons in India work as a team sharing patient care and expertise to provide the highest standard of healthcare. Forerunners Healthcare group helps you to avail best possible medical services for Lung transplant surgery in India.

What is Lung Transplant?

A Lung transplant is a surgical procedure to replace a diseased or failing lung with a healthy lung, usually from a deceased donor. Depending on your medical condition, a lung transplant may involve replacing one of your lungs (single-lung transplant) or both of them (double-lung transplant). In some situations, the lungs may be transplanted along with a donor’s heart (heart-lung transplant). Living-donor lung transplants are rare, but possible. These lung transplants require at least two donors because each person can only donate a portion (lobe) of a lung. The lobes donated depend on the sections of your lungs that need to be replaced. Because the procedure is still new, living-donor lung transplants are usually reserved for people who are in urgent need of a transplant and who are unlikely to survive until a deceased donor lung is available.
Why need a Lung Transplant?

A Lung transplant surgery is needed because unhealthy or damaged lungs can make it difficult for your body to exchange oxygen and carbon dioxide. A variety of diseases and conditions can damage your lungs and hinder their ability to function effectively, including, Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), including emphysema,
• Scarring of the lungs (pulmonary fibrosis)
• Cystic fibrosis
• Sarcoidosis with advanced fibrosis
• Pulmonary hypertension
• Damage to lung arteries caused by an untreated congenital heart defect (Eisenmenger syndrome)

Procedure of Lung Transplant surgery
There are several types of procedures Lung transplant surgery: (1) single-lung, left or right; (2) bilateral-sequential; (3) double-lung en bloc; and (4) heart-lung. The underlying disease and condition, age, relevant anatomy, and surgeon preference determine which procedure is appropriate for each patient. Before Lung transplant surgery an anesthesiologist will inject general anesthesia (pain-relieving medicine) through your IV, which will make you go to sleep. After you are asleep:
• A central venous catheter is inserted into a vein in your neck or groin. This type of catheter is used to deliver fluids, nutrition solutions, antibiotics, or blood products directly into your bloodstream without frequently having to insert a needle into your vein.
• A tube is placed in your mouth that goes down your throat and into your windpipe (trachea) to help you breathe. The tube is attached to a ventilator that will expand your lungs mechanically.
• You might be placed on a heart/lung machine to allow surgeons to bypass the blood flow to the heart and lungs. The machine pumps blood through the body, removing carbon dioxide (a waste product) and replacing it with oxygen needed by body tissues.
• A nasogastric tube is inserted through your nose into your stomach. This tube drains secretions from your stomach.
• A tube called a catheter is placed in your bladder to drain urine.
• The surgeon carefully removes your lung and replaces it with the donor lung.
Recovery post Lung Transplant Surgery
After Lung transplant surgery, you will be taken to the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) where you are closely monitored. You will be very drowsy during this time and will be sleeping most of the time. Special monitoring equi

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  • With respect & hope that i will get the best solution from your good
    heart & brilliant mind.Will you please to help & advice me about the
    procedure to admit & appointment in Apollo Hospital for my loving
    father's treatment?

    I add some papers & blood test report with city scan & ECG result
    report. Will you
    please to tell me what i will do now?

    Thanking you...........

    A H Milon
    From Bangladesh


    My Father's details :

    My father is suffering from 'Recurrent COPD' & Pneumothorax air in his
    lung.The Doctor's told us that he need to do to cure it through the surgery
    named 'Bullectomy'. He can't breath properly that's why the Doctors
    did a drain in chaste operation & set a plastic pipe into the left
    side of his lung & the other
    end of the pipe is set into bottle of half water.The doctors removing
    his lung's extra air by this pipe. They did this drai in chaste
    operation two time with in three month.
    First it happened on 06/07/12 then he was fine with in 15 days & we take him to
    home.After 28 days it happened again that he can't breath properly.We take
    him again into the hospital with the Oxygen & nebolizer support.Then on
    19/08/12 the doctors again did that previous operation.He is now in that
    hospital with that pipe setting removing extra air from his lung.I want &
    like to take him at Chennai Apollo Hospital in India.

    My father is so ill & i like to come to Chennai Apollo Hospital with
    in a week.Please help & inform me about the procedure of admit &
    appointment with Doctors & Hospital in Chennai Apollo Hospital to get
    best treatment
    for this diseases.Please tell me on the name of God.
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  • My father is suffering from severe COPD & we did two times operation for his nemothrox in Bangldesh.The operation is that the doctors set a pipe into his lung & set another end into a bottle with water to remove his lung air.we did that two time.Now we want to take him to India.Will you please to help & advice me where we can take him for better treatment?
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  • @ruhatabassum hi ,why u comment like this ?i am serching for lungs tranplant for my sister but after reading your comment i am afraid of.please reply me
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  • my father is suffering from severe COPD....is it advisable for him to go for a lung transplant in India? how long does dese transplants sustain after d surgery?n whtz d cost?
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  • less expensive medicine to be given to help them
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  • 1. Forerunners Hea l th Care Pioneers in health tourism Web : www.forerunnershealthcare.com Get Lung Transplant Surgery in India at best hospitals of Mumbai and Chennai Quote: Enquiry Form View our International Patient Videos
  • 2. Forerunners Hea l th Care Pioneers in health tourism Patients across the world prefer to get Lung Transplant surgery in India due to availability of best hospitals at Mumbai and Chennai. Medical tourism in India offers a special service for prospective patients with impartial advice and helps to find the 'right' doctor, surgeon, hospital or clinic. Lung transplant surgery in India is done by high quality and hypo allergic pharmacological treatments with standard and state of the art equipments for treatment of acute and chronic problems at a nominal less price. Surgeons in India work as a team sharing patient care and expertise to provide the highest standard of healthcare. Forerunners Healthcare group helps you to avail best possible medical services for Lung transplant surgery in India. Get Lung Transplant Surgery in India at best hospitals of Mumbai and Chennai
  • 3. Forerunners Hea l th Care Pioneers in health tourism What is Lung Transplant ? A Lung transplant is a surgical procedure to replace a diseased or failing lung with a healthy lung, usually from a deceased donor. Depending on your medical condition, a lung transplant may involve replacing one of your lungs (single-lung transplant) or both of them (double-lung transplant). In some situations, the lungs may be transplanted along with a donor’s heart (heart-lung transplant). Living-donor lung transplants are rare, but possible. These lung transplants require at least two donors because each person can only donate a portion (lobe) of a lung. The lobes donated depend on the sections of your lungs that need to be replaced. Because the procedure is still new, living-donor lung transplants are usually reserved for people who are in urgent need of a transplant and who are unlikely to survive until a deceased donor lung is available. Get Lung Transplant Surgery in India at best hospitals of Mumbai and Chennai
  • 4. Forerunners Hea l th Care Pioneers in health tourism <ul><li>Why need a Lung Transplant ? </li></ul><ul><li>A Lung transplant surgery is needed because unhealthy or damaged lungs can make it difficult for your body to exchange oxygen and carbon dioxide. A variety of diseases and conditions can damage your lungs and hinder their ability to function effectively, including, Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), including emphysema, </li></ul><ul><li>Scarring of the lungs (pulmonary fibrosis) </li></ul><ul><li>Cystic fibrosis </li></ul><ul><li>Sarcoidosis with advanced fibrosis </li></ul><ul><li>Pulmonary hypertension </li></ul><ul><li>Damage to lung arteries caused by an untreated congenital heart defect (Eisenmenger syndrome) </li></ul>Get Lung Transplant Surgery in India at best hospitals of Mumbai and Chennai
  • 5. Forerunners Hea l th Care Pioneers in health tourism Procedure of Lung Transplant surgery There are several types of procedures Lung transplant surgery : (1) single-lung, left or right; (2) bilateral-sequential; (3) double-lung en bloc; and (4) heart-lung. The underlying disease and condition, age, relevant anatomy, and surgeon preference determine which procedure is appropriate for each patient. Before Lung transplant surgery an anesthesiologist will inject general anesthesia (pain-relieving medicine) through your IV, which will make you go to sleep. After you are asleep: Get Lung Transplant Surgery in India at best hospitals of Mumbai and Chennai
  • 6. Forerunners Hea l th Care Pioneers in health tourism <ul><li>A central venous catheter is inserted into a vein in your neck or groin. This type of catheter is used to deliver fluids, nutrition solutions, antibiotics, or blood products directly into your bloodstream without frequently having to insert a needle into your vein. </li></ul><ul><li>A tube is placed in your mouth that goes down your throat and into your windpipe (trachea) to help you breathe. The tube is attached to a ventilator that will expand your lungs mechanically. </li></ul><ul><li>You might be placed on a heart/lung machine to allow surgeons to bypass the blood flow to the heart and lungs. The machine pumps blood through the body, removing carbon dioxide (a waste product) and replacing it with oxygen needed by body tissues. </li></ul><ul><li>A nasogastric tube is inserted through your nose into your stomach. This tube drains secretions from your stomach. </li></ul><ul><li>A tube called a catheter is placed in your bladder to drain urine. </li></ul><ul><li>The surgeon carefully removes your lung and replaces it with the donor lung. </li></ul>Get Lung Transplant Surgery in India at best hospitals of Mumbai and Chennai
  • 7. Forerunners Hea l th Care Pioneers in health tourism Recovery post Lung Transplant Surgery After Lung transplant surgery , you will be taken to the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) where you are closely monitored. You will be very drowsy during this time and will be sleeping most of the time. Special monitoring equipment will check your pulse and blood pressure every 15 minutes. Occasionally, this monitoring equipment will beep or sound an alarm. This does not necessarily mean anything is wrong. Regularly, an electrocardiogram will be done to measure your heart rhythm and rate. You can expect to stay in the hospital two to three weeks, depending on how quickly you recover from Lung transplant surgery and whether you develop any complications. Remember, each patient has a different rate of recovery. You will be discharged only after your Transplant Team has determined that you have regained your strength and your health is stable. To promote healing after surgery, you should eat more lean meat, poultry, fish, and low-fat dairy products. You should also include a variety of grains, fruits, and vegetables for adequate calories, vitamins, and minerals. Get Lung Transplant Surgery in India at best hospitals of Mumbai and Chennai
  • 8. Forerunners Hea l th Care Pioneers in health tourism Why India? The outcome of Lung transplant surgery in India is quite satisfactory and successful. Indian hospitality and friendliness are already world-famous and thus India has excelled as a premier tourist destination for decades. Medical tourism in India provides integrated travel & tourism services with trust, integrity, and creativity by anticipating emerging trends in the industry. Planning and coordination, travel arrangements, concierge services and personal attention are an integral part of the benefits provided by medical tourism in India. To get more info on Lung transplant surgery in India visit us at http:// www.forerunnershealthcare.com or mail your queries at [email_address] or you can call on 0091-98607-55000 / 0091-937-1136-499 Get Lung Transplant Surgery in India at best hospitals of Mumbai and Chennai

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